Friday, June 28, 2013

Naturepedic: The First and Only Company to Create Mattresses Especially for Infants and Children!

Naturepedic is the first and only company that creates mattresses especially for infant and children. Their products are made from organic and natural materials with a non-toxic designs and fire-safe materials. Naturepedic mattresses are designed with the help of pediatricians, chemists, orthopedic specialists, and engineers, coordinated by G.E.M. Testing & Engineering Labs. Aside from mattresses, Naturepedic also have Organic Cotton Fitted Crib Sheets that are made from 100 percent organically grown cotton. Its fitted design has a 250-thread count sateen or soft flannel and is readily machine washable. They come in a variety of sizes to fit cribs, cradles, and portable cribs. All Naturepedic mattresses are manufactured with high quality materials and workmanship. Extensive research and studies have been done in order to create the perfect sleeping environment for every child. This ensures that the child will get and enjoy a healthy and comfortable sleep all the time, without being exposed to the risks brought about by synthetic materials.
Naturepedic Organic Cotton Full Quilted Deluxe 2-Sided Mattress
The Organic Cotton Quilted Deluxe features comfortable support and a luxurious finish. Available as a one-sided no-flip mattress design or as a two sided flip-able design. Offers a more natural, healthy and comfortable sleep environment. Great for kids of all ages, but a waterproof protector pad is required for bed-wetters. Matching foundation available.
Naturepedic 2 in 1 Organic Cotton Ultra 252 Crib Mattress
Baby and Children's mattresses typically use materials such as vinyl/PVC and polyurethane foam which release questionable chemicals over time. These materials and chemicals have been eliminated in the No-Compromise Organic Cotton Crib Mattress. Babies in particular spend up to 70% of their early life sleeping and playing on a crib mattress. Your baby's health and safety should not be negotiable.

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